Mike Dean likes to wear the ringmasters hat. He enjoys the focus and attention of the crowd, Arsenal particularly, even if it’s for the wrong reasons and he is also not adverse to handing out as many cards as his little overly zealous hands can manage.
Dean showed again with an
Saturday at the Emirates against Burnley, Dani Ceballos made his full debut along with David Luiz but the imaginative and creative little Spaniard stole the show with a display full of class, vision and endeavour.
All those bemoaning another loan signing must be acting very sheepish at the moment by keeping
Burnley are not often given enough credit for their time in the Premier League. They are seen as one of those annoying clubs that obstruct the big fish, rob the odd point and are intent on spoiling the party.
They are all of those things but they also can play football,
Arsenal host Burnley at home this weekend in one of the much awaited encounter in the Premier League.
Both sides have had a contrasting season but the match promises to be a different kettle of fish from the previous game.
Arsenal is fifth in the League table while Burnley is within the relegation
The Gunners will be able to call on home comforts for their Arsenal Vs Burnley clash when the Premier League enters the 18th round of matches on Saturday 22nd December, and while Burnley will be keen on rising off the relegation red zone, The Gunners will be hoping to recover
It was an emotionally charged atmosphere yesterday at The Emirates, as Arsene Wenger took charge of his final home game for The Gunners against Burnley.
With a wholesome 7 changes made, from the side that crashed out of the Europa League game in Spain, The North London side had an energized